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Today's News

  • Six indicted on charges of selling stolen property

    A Campbellsville businessman and five other people have been indicted on charges alleging they stole property to sell at a local pawn shop.

    The six were indicted Tuesday by a Taylor County grand jury.

    Indicted were:

    - Barry Burton, 50, of 121 Hunter Trace in Campbellsville.

    - Dustin Cole Burton, 20, also of 121 Hunter Trace in Campbellsville.

    - Christopher Poynter, 33, of 104 Hillview Terrace, Apt. 1, in Greensburg.

    - James Douglas Ewing, 46, of 109 Hillview Terrace, Apt. 9, in Greensburg.

  • Watkins-Benningfield

    Tina Hudson Watkins and David "BB" Benningfield exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, May 31 at All Occasions in Campbellsville.

    The Rev. Paul Dicken performed the ceremony.

    The bride is the daughter of Elsie Hudson of Winter Haven, Fla. and the late James Hudson. Her grandparents are Margaret Wells of Tipler, Wis., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sylvester and Albert Hudson.

  • Liberty man arrested, charged with sex abuse

    A Liberty man has been arrested and charged with sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl.

    Joshua Edward Lee, 24, of 3333 Snake Ridge Road was arrested at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 12.

    According to Lee's arrest citation, Campbellsville Police Officer Travis Begley received a complaint from the 13-year-old's mother alleging that Lee had sexually abused her daughter last December by kissing her and touching her inappropriately.

    Lee was charged with first-degree sexual abuse, a Class D felony, punishable by as much as five years in prison.

  • Woman charged with DUI, resisting arrest

    A Campbellsville woman has been arrested and charged with DUI and resisting arrest after she was allegedly involved in a motor vehicle collision.

    Kristi Dabney Peterson, 43, of 418 S. Central Ave. was arrested at 4:25 p.m. Tuesday, June 17.

    According to the arrest citation, Campbellsville Police Officer Jason Simpson responded to a motor vehicle collision with a telephone pole on South Central Avenue at 4 p.m.

  • Some teachers will return

    Staff Report

    Several Taylor County teachers who received non-renewal letters last month will return to their jobs.

    During the Taylor County Board of Education's regular meeting on June 10, Superintendent Gary Seaborne presented a list of employees who will return to the District.

    Last month, 33 classified and certified staff members received non-renewal notices. Of those, 10 certified and one classified staff members will return, Seaborne said. If revenues improve, he said, the District would like to bring back as many as possible.

  • Cub Scout Day Camp
  • LWC Master of Education Program accepting applications for summer classes

    Lindsey Wilson College continues to take applications for the start of its master of education program. The deadline to apply to the program, which begins this summer, is June 25.

    The 30-hour program will be offered on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Students will be able to earn their degree - which will lead to a Rank II for teachers - in less than 14 months. Classes for the first cohort begin in June and July and will conclude in July of 2009. Classes will be offered at Somerset Community College's Russell Center in Russell Springs.

  • Taylor County students named to fall 2007 dean's list at UK

    The University of Kentucky recognizes the outstanding academic performance of its students, including 24 students from Taylor County who were named to the dean's list for the fall 2007 semester.

    To earn dean's list honors in one of the UK colleges, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or higher and must have earned 12 credits or more in that semester, excluding credits earned in pass-fail classes. Some UK colleges require a 3.5 GPA to make the dean's list.

    A total of 4,297 students achieved dean's list recognition.

  • Guest teacher available to Taylor County schools next fall

    Local schools have the chance to host an environmental education specialist each month during the next school year.

    If Taylor County joins the PRIDE Environmental Education Outreach Program, a PRIDE liaison will visit the county's elementary schools to lead fun, educational lessons about the environment.

  • Thomas attends WKU ASSET conference

    Chris Thomas of Campbellsville attended the Agriculture Students Striving for Effective Tomorrows conference at Western Kentucky University on June 1-5.

    A committee of students and professors from Western's agriculture department chose Thomas based on his accomplishments and leadership in the agriculture field. The conference was for students interested in pursuing a career in agriculture.